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The All-new 2021 Ford Bronco

The All-new 2021 Ford Bronco

The SUV segment just got a whole lot more interesting! Ford launched the mighty Bronco this year. The Ford Bronco, which was last manufactured in 1996, got its resurrection in the form of the rugged and tech loaded 2021 Ford Bronco. The owners of the last ford bronco might get a dose of nostalgia from this SUV. The Bronco retains its old school iconic look from its previous generation. The new generation is loaded with a ton of technology and features in the interior to provide the best comfort and practicality. The Bronco is pitted against one of the most iconic vehicles of all time, The Jeep Wrangler. Although the Bronco nameplate has been out of the picture for a long time, the new Bronco still will be a good competitor in its class. Performance Specs: Although the Bronco doesn’t come with a V8 option, which might be an issue for some people but the performance figures from the two available engine options are still pretty good, the New Ford Bronco is offered i ... read more

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The German King of Sports Sedan

The German King of Sports Sedan European Car manufacturers have always been a tough competition to beat in any category of vehicles. Many European brands have been ruling the market in many segments of the car industry due to their high-quality production and innovation in vehicle design and features. Leading brands in these European manufacturers include the historically renowned BMW. Maintaining their position at the top has been a challenge, but BMW has remained consistent in providing great combinations of Power, Technology, and great Design. As always, this year, the BMW lineup has one of the best Sedan: The BMW 5-Series. The Combination of Performance and comfort brought by this sedan is absolutely amazing and extremely practical. Performance Specs The BMW lineup has always been customer friendly in almost every category. We always get to see a lot of custom options and packages for the specific needs of the customers. The 5-series have been offered in different ... read more

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How to Get Your Car Repaired During COVID-19 Lockdown

How to Get Your Car Repaired During COVID-19 Lockdown

How to Get Your Car Repaired During Covid-19 LockdownAmidst the coronavirus outbreak as many of the day to day, operations have come to a complete halt.  There are still many people who need to go out during emergencies or to their jobs. These include hospital workers, grocery store workers. As much as people need to be in the governmentally imposed lockdown throughout the country, these people need to make it to their jobs, or else there would be more damage caused by the pandemic. For many of these people, the mode of transport is their vehicles. During this time, they need to ensure their vehicles are in proper health, and if it ever needs repairs, they can get them repaired.There was quite a bit of confusion regarding this on whether the Auto Repair Shops will remain open or not. According to the Government’s Guidelines, the Auto Repair Shops classify as an essential service and are allowed to stay open for necessary repairs and services. People will ... read more

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Warning Symbols

Warning Symbols

Warning symbols on the dash. What do they mean? Now and then, car owners around the world are concerned about the warning symbols that appear on their car's information cluster. Although most warning symbols are pretty self-explanatory many symbols can’t be identified. Usually, the vital information is displayed about the car's health i.e., temperature, brakes, etc. but there are some warning symbols that you need to look out for. Engine Temperature Warning Light: There are temperature sensors in your vehicle that detect the temperature of your engine to alert the driver of any anomalies. The data from these sensors is displayed on your information cluster. In older model cars, there used to be temperature gauges in the dash, and drivers had to judge whether their engine was at normal operating temperature manually. In newer model cars, there is the engine temperature light which illuminates to notify the driver if the engine is too hot ... read more

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Know these Mercedes Problems Now!

Know these Mercedes Problems Now!

Have you ever wondered what are some of the common problems that exist in your Mercedes Benz? If no, then you are at the right place to know. Here are some of the common issues with Benz. Engine Mounts Engine mount holds the engine and transmission into the secondary-frame of the car. Its sole purpose is to minimize engine vibration and absorb road shocks so that passengers do not feel any bumps from the engine. The problem with the Mercedes-Benz mount exists when the rubber part separates, and the fluid starts leaking out of the hydraulic fluid-filled mount. Since they are oil-filled, they begin losing oil every 100,000 miles. You may see visible cracks in the rubber when your engine mount has failed. Suspension and Steering Components With time, important suspension components such as control arm bushings, thrust rods, ball joints, tie rod, trailing arm, and wheel bearings begin to wear out. You may hear weird noises while driving on a bumpy road ... read more

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The Check-Engine Light is Telling You Something

The Check-Engine Light is Telling You Something

Check engine light is a sign on the dashboard that many vehicle owners fear. Known  MIL(Malfunction Indicator Light), the engine check light signals that something is wrong. The check engine light can mean many things, from a gas cap not tightened properly to a damaged oxygen sensor, maybe a spark in plugs, or it could be something as serious as a faulty catalytic converter. Many of the causes of illuminated check engine light are easy to solve, but sometimes, it means that something has gone seriously wrong. The check engine light is a component of your car’s on-board diagnostic system. After the late 1980s, computers have a highly controlled car’s performance including engine speed, fuel mixture, and engine timing. When it finds any problem, the computer turns on a yellow warning light labeled as “service engine soon”, or “check engine light” or perhaps just an engine-shaped icon popping up. This light is known as the International Check Engin ... read more

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Finding the Right Mechanic for Your Foreign Car

Finding the Right Mechanic for Your Foreign Car

Some of the largest and best auto companies in the world are in America. GM and Ford are home-grown and as such, finding mechanics familiar with the various makes and models is almost as easy as finding a neighborhood electrician. But Europe and other parts of the world use different voltages, and even their electrical outlets can be different. So, trying to fit an American-made plug into an Italian socket could create a problem. The same goes for having a mechanic trained on American cars work on your precious and expensive imported auto. Be it a BMW, Toyota, VW or Mercedes, you will need to find a mechanic who has the training in foreign auto repair and, hopefully, who has the same passion for imports that you have. Once you find someone with your love of cars, hang onto them, because they will be sure to give you the highest level of mechanical care ... read more

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Signs That it is Time to Give Your Car a Tune Up

Signs That it is Time to Give Your Car a Tune Up

If you want your car to run properly and for the parts to not break down at a rapid rate, it is important for you to properly maintain your car over time. This means that you need to take your vehicle in for a regular tune up. It doesn’t matter if your car is brand new or used, you still need to make sure that you take it into a mechanic for a tune up. There are a few signs that you can be on the lookout for that will indicate that it is time for a tuneup and that there is a problem with your vehicle that needs to be addressed. Here are the tops signs that it is time to give your car a tune up: Your Car Won’t Always Start If you start to notice that your car has difficulty starting, you most likely need to take your car in for a tune up right away. There are a number of different problems with your car that c ... read more

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What Are The Most Popular Ferrari Cars?

What Are The Most Popular Ferrari Cars?

If there is one type of car that is a part of popular culture, it is the Ferrari. This is a luxury car that is very famous with both avid car lovers and even those that do not know that much about cars. It is the unique look and the high amount of power that makes the Ferrari one of the best selling cars and a luxury brand. There have been many different Ferrari models that have been released over the years, but not all of theme have been released to the same amount of fanfare. If you want to know what the best selling Ferraris have been over the years, you just have to look at the most popular models. Here are some of the most popular Ferrari cars that have been sold throughout the years: Ferrari 458 Italia This is a model of the Ferrari that was released back in 2011 and it is different from older models of the past ... read more

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Checking the Pressure in Your Tires

Checking the Pressure in Your Tires

Making sure that your car is safe to drive should always be a top priority. This is a job that involves many different things from checking the oil to checking the air pressure in your tires in Killeen. Having too much or too little air in your tires can be a big deal. This means that you need to be sure that you know how much air pressure should be in your tires at all times. Not only does having adequate air pressure within your tires make your car safer, but it can also help you to get better gas mileage and also allow your tires to wear evenly. This means that checking the air pressure in your tires should be something that you know how to do. Here are tips when checking the air pressure of your tires: Gauge That Works It is important that you have an air pressure gauge that you can rely on. This means that if you wan ... read more

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